Camangi WebStation Gets Slight Refresh


The Android-powered Camangi WebStation has seen some minor updates that will be in place on all future units, including some firmware tweaks and a few bundled apps. A custom version of the Aldiko e-reader now comes installed, as well as fring for access to popular social networking and chat services and the ability to place calls over Skype. Still absent is the Android Market.

camangi webstation

Here are some specs for the updated version:

  • Web browser, Email/Gmail Web, Digital Frame, Gallery, Music, Video, fring, Weather
  • 7-inch resistive TFT LCD touchscreen; 800-by-480 pixels resolution; 16 million color
  • 8 GB SD card memory for over 10,000 ebooks, 30,00 songs, 10,000 photos
  • Aldiko eBook viewer: EPUB; Photo viewer: JPG, GIF, PNG, BMP; Audio playback: 3GP, MP3, OGG, MID, WAV; Video playback: 3GP, MPEG4
  • Standby time: up to 4 days(without GPS & WiFi connection); Internet and media use: up to 4-5 hours

The price tag of $275 make the device a hard sell given its limitations, but it is at least a pretty looking piece of hardware. With some improvements and the advent of the tablet boom Camangi could be on to something.

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  1. No android market?

    Thats terrible.

  2. no android market = fail

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